Was out yesterday evening near millhome supper club, brought in 7 northern all around 22 in, lost one that was close to 30. Today was out again in evening, but was awful due to the rain earlier, all I had to show for it was a 14 in crappie
71° - 75° F
81° - 88° F
Fished from about 9am to 11am yesterday, saw 1 northern around 30 in follow my bait, but no bite. Brought 2 largemouth in one 19.5 other 17.5, really hefty fish. All released to brighten someone else's day.
51° - 55° F
56° - 60° F
No bass but lots of northern at at the park by rockville. One keeper so far 27 inches
Fished at the park by rockville. This morning got 2 bass and one northern. All small. Then went out tonight about 4 and got 5 nice large mouth bass and 2 northern both 22 inches. The pic is one of the large mouth bass from tonight. Still kinda small. Nothing i would keep. I was out looking to catch white bass and rock bass but either the person that told me they are in there lied or they just havnt moved in yet
66° - 70° F
66° - 70° F
Went to the river and fished in many spots. Fished at Kiwanis Park and Hingiss Park. The river current was little to none. There were weeds everywhere. Caught a 12" largemouth and a 16" Pike on a small curly tail worm. Then moved to Kiwanis and fished the visible deep pools in this extremely shallow section of the river. Not any signs of bass. I could visibly see many big carp, bluegill, crawfish, and catfish. Right below the dam there are large pools where some decent bluegill sit at.
4 man teams but you need to have a student under the age of 18 on your team.
prizes for top fish in each species
cool lookin traveling trophy will get winners name engraved.
im branching off of the popularity that the NHHS Ice Fishing Club has and creating a tournament for everyone. Message me if interested or watch the papers